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The HR profession
3 May 2019
For many businesses, their office is just “there”, a functional place to put their computers, kit and people. But the...
5 Apr 2019
There may not have been a dramatic change in the gender pay gap, but HR, analytics and reward specialists are far from gloomy about what the latest crop of reports reveals
25 Mar 2019
HR professionals who work as contractors could boost their average pay by 21%, according to salary data analysis from CV-Library....
6 Mar 2019
Personnel Today is working with the Forum for In-house Recruiters (The FIRM) to identify the training and skills that professionals...
27 Feb 2019
The UK needs to develop a national skills policy if it is to tackle its productivity problems, according to a...
26 Feb 2019
HR professionals make up seven of the entries in this year’s Timewise Power 50 – a list of the UK’s...
22 Feb 2019
In the final part of our serialisation of her book, Lucy Adams looks at updating the HR IT system and...
7 Feb 2019
Female pay is rising more quickly than male pay in HR, but men in senior roles are often still paid more than their female counterparts
6 Feb 2019
Beginning a three-part serialisation of her book, Lucy Adams – keynote speaker at this week’s HRD Summit – looks at why people don’t like to change the way they work and how you can make it easier for both them and you.
21 Jan 2019
The world is your oyster when it comes to looking for HR roles. From the law to finance, healthcare and...
16 Jan 2019
“I am a firm advocate of HR as a disruptive movement. We are not there as the personnel department of...
18 Dec 2018
For many HR professionals, there will come a point in their career where they ask themselves whether they want to...
11 Dec 2018
It is possible to start your human resources career without a specific HR qualification. Getting an HR assistant or officer...
3 Dec 2018
Human resources is an incredibly important area of any business. Whilst it used to be seen as an administrative arm...